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by Arnab Shome
  • He brings decades of financial industry experience to the role.
  • He held senior roles at several financial companies.
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The London Stock Exchange Group (LON: LSEG), which operates the largest stock bourse in the UK, has hired Paul Beatty Jr. as the Director of Bank Relationships for Capital Markets. According to his Linkedin profile, he is based in New York and assumed the new role earlier this month.

Beatty describes himself as an "accomplished, result-oriented Senior Sales Executive with a proven ability to lead, develop, and manage sales teams." He worked with several financial services giants over his long career in the industry.

Extensive Industry Experience

He joined LSEG from FlexTrade where he was the Director of FX and Crypto. He joined that company in April 2020 and spent two years and eight months there. Before that, he was the Managing Director at Spotex between December 2018 and April 2020. Spotex launched in 2014 with FX ECN-based technology built specifically to address existing systems' shortcomings and provide new opportunities for market participants.

Additionally, he was a Business Advisor at TP ICAP for nine months before joining Spotex. On top of that, he spent 17 years at Bloomberg, separating in May 2017 as the Global Managing Director of Tradebook FX.

He designed and managed the global sales force for Bloomberg Tradebook FX and launched the first electronic anonymous FX Trading Platform inside the Bloomberg ecosystem via a prime brokerage model with Bank of America Merril Lynch acting as the centralized Prime Broker . He developed sales and marketing strategies for financial institutions to facilitate product and goal achievements. However, Bloomberg Tradebook confirmed the closure of its anonymous FX ECN in 2017 to concentrate on dealer-to-client (D2C) FX.

Meanwhile, the LSEG witnessed robust growth across key business segments in the first half of 2022. The group's total income, including recoveries, for the period, came in at over £3.7 billion, with the gross profit touching £3.2 billion compared to £2.6 billion in the first half of 2021.

The London Stock Exchange Group (LON: LSEG), which operates the largest stock bourse in the UK, has hired Paul Beatty Jr. as the Director of Bank Relationships for Capital Markets. According to his Linkedin profile, he is based in New York and assumed the new role earlier this month.

Beatty describes himself as an "accomplished, result-oriented Senior Sales Executive with a proven ability to lead, develop, and manage sales teams." He worked with several financial services giants over his long career in the industry.

Extensive Industry Experience

He joined LSEG from FlexTrade where he was the Director of FX and Crypto. He joined that company in April 2020 and spent two years and eight months there. Before that, he was the Managing Director at Spotex between December 2018 and April 2020. Spotex launched in 2014 with FX ECN-based technology built specifically to address existing systems' shortcomings and provide new opportunities for market participants.

Additionally, he was a Business Advisor at TP ICAP for nine months before joining Spotex. On top of that, he spent 17 years at Bloomberg, separating in May 2017 as the Global Managing Director of Tradebook FX.

He designed and managed the global sales force for Bloomberg Tradebook FX and launched the first electronic anonymous FX Trading Platform inside the Bloomberg ecosystem via a prime brokerage model with Bank of America Merril Lynch acting as the centralized Prime Broker . He developed sales and marketing strategies for financial institutions to facilitate product and goal achievements. However, Bloomberg Tradebook confirmed the closure of its anonymous FX ECN in 2017 to concentrate on dealer-to-client (D2C) FX.

Meanwhile, the LSEG witnessed robust growth across key business segments in the first half of 2022. The group's total income, including recoveries, for the period, came in at over £3.7 billion, with the gross profit touching £3.2 billion compared to £2.6 billion in the first half of 2021.

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